Blogs & Websites

For total proof that I’m a nerd, I created my first website at age 11 back when frames were all the rage. It was an Animorphs fan site, covering the young adult book series about humans who could morph into animals to defeat evil aliens called yeerks. I’ve since moved into the future and have been using WordPress since 2013 for all of my blogs and websites. I’ve been through a couple host changes, plug-in explosions, and transfers between Blogger and self-hosted WordPress.

Here are some of the websites I’ve made (without frames):

Vegan Nom Noms, a vegan food and travel blog I’ve been running since 2008. Vegan Nom Noms has a DA (domain authority) of 29 and an average of 11,000 page views per month.

My personal business website for Unsettled Down Online Business Services.

Landing page for a client’s sales coaching business


Coding & Tech

I am tech savvy and love discovering new tools. My current obsession is using Zapier to automate tasks between Google Forms, Sheets and Calendar like a wizard.

In addition, I’ve been teaching myself to code in my free time using the Free Code Camp website. You can see my projects below.

Practice with JSON APIs

See the Pen Random Quote Machine Final by Nicole A (@nabramow) on CodePen.

HTML & CSS Tribute Page Project Using Bootstrap

See the Pen freeCodeCamp – Build A Tribute page (129) by Nicole A (@nabramow) on CodePen.

Get Visa Germany

As an expat in Berlin since 2011, I’ve collected a lot of knowledge about German bureaucracy. Most notably…work visas. I started getting so many questions about how to apply for the freelance and artist visas in Germany that I couldn’t respond to each person anymore. So, I wrote all my experience into an eBook: Get Visa Germany.

I’ve set up Get Visa Germany using WordPress with WooCommerce, and have an affiliate program using the Affiliate Manager plug-in.


In addition to my blogs, I’ve also been published in a couple print magazines:

  • Abramowski, N. (2016, December). Vegan in the Balkans. Driftwood Magazine, (3), 68-69.
  • Abramowski, N. (2015, February). Vegan Creep: From Tegel to Lichterfelde, a look at animal-free eating in Berlin’s outer reaches. Exberliner Magazine, (135), 9.